Schedule of Events

Frome time to time we will host events that involve books, local authors, local interests, and people. 
Stop by some time, and check them out.
  1. 11
    Nov
    Meeth the Author - Edna Campos Gravenhorst
    2 - 4 pm
    Images of America - San Antonio's Historic Market Square The first square was Plaza de Armas (Military Plaza); when the islanders arrived, they marked off the Plaza de las Islas (Main Plaza). Before the Civil War, Alamo Plaza was the center of commerce. As San Antonio grew, the markets needed to relocate.
  2. 18
    Nov
    Book Signing - Love's Second Bloom
    2 - 4 pm
    Love descended upon them in a backyard filled with dying roses. Together, they were able to not only revive the roses but to rekindle the light of love within each other. Now Matt has proposed, Gloria has accepted, and they look forward to a future together.
  3. 18
    Nov
    Meet the Author - Carlos Salinas
    4 - 6 pm
    Got the Flow: the Hip-Hop Diary of a Young Rapper Troy Jones is a 16-yr-old high school student with the dream of becoming a successful rapper. Not chasing fame, Troy wants to help his mother who works three jobs to support her family after Troy’s father was killed as a bystander in a tragic drive-by. Having problems in school, Troy tries to get I.S.S. as often as he can so he can work on his rap lyrics. Mrs. Hass, his science teacher, hates rap & hip-hop music and constantly gives.
  4. 2
    Dec
    Meet the Author - John Manguso
    2 - 4 pm
    Camp Bullis (Images of America) For more than a century, soldiers have marched, ridden, driven, and flown to Camp Bullis to practice tactics and marksmanship. Camp Bullis was established in 1906 because the modern artillery and small arms could not be fired safely within Fort Sam Houston. The camp expanded during both world wars to accommodate even more powerful artillery and the tens of thousands of troops being mobilized. Between these two wars, the movies Wings, The Big Parade, and The Rough Riders were filmed there. The Army's changing needs would transform the type of training conducted at Camp Bullis. Today, soldiers, airmen, sailors, and marines still go to Camp Bullis to practice not only tactics and marksmanship on state-of-the-art ranges and simulators but also lifesaving medical techniques, demonstrating once again that a good range is essential.
  5. 16
    Dec
    Meet the Author - Barbara Renaud Gonzalez
    2 - 4 pm
    Las Nalgas de JLO Letting someone like me talk means that you will have to reconfigure the mundo we live in.. . In the name of Emma Tenayuca and a thousand others who have vanished from history, I deserve to tell my story. And you deserve to hear it.
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